Chinese Marriage Charm:夫妇合和花钱 Since very ancient times, one of the most important events in the life of a Chinese was success in marriage and having numerous sons to carry out the proper duties of filial piety and ancestor worship proscribed by the Confucian system.
CHINESE MARRIAGE PROCESSION CHINA undivided back
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A Chinese Marriage, Study For A Tapestry Cartoon, C.1742 Oil On Canvas Art Print by Francois Boucher. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days. Choose from multiple sizes and hundreds of frame and mat options.
A Qing Dynasty wedding. The groom's parents are seated. The bride is the one in the centre wearing a red dress and blue headpiece, presenting tea to her mother-in-law. The groom usually wears a sash forming an "X" in front of him. Sometimes the "X" includes a giant bow or flower, though not in this picture.
Chinese Marriage Charms.This marriage charm expresses the wish that the couple will live a long and prosperous life together.There are inscriptions on both sides which are read in an unusual manner: top, left, right, bottom.The inscription at the far left is tong xie dao lao (同偕到老) which means "May you grow old together (as husband and wife)".The inscription at the near left is fu gui shuang quan (富 贵双全) which translates as "Wealth and honor both complete".This charm has a diameter of 25.7…